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Ravens vs. Redskins: DeAngelo Hall, Trent Williams, London Fletcher questionable, expected to play Sunday

Several key Redskins were limited in practice on Friday, but coach Mike Shanahan expects them all to be active on Sunday.

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall, offensive tackle Trent Williams, and linebacker London Fletcher are all questionable for the Washington Redskins on Sunday, according to the team's Twitter feed. All three were limited in practice on Friday, but are expected to play against the Baltimore Ravens.

Hall suffered an ankle injury last week against the New York Giants. He began this week in a boot, but has insisted all week that he will be ready for Sunday. Hall has not missed a game since 2009.

Williams has been limited all week by a bruise to his left thigh. He was dealing with the same injury last week, but it did not prevent him from playing on Monday night.

Fletcher sat out from practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but was able to participate in a limited capacity on Friday. He did not suffer any new injuries last week, but continues to deal with a sore ankle. Fletcher has never missed a game in his remarkable 15-year career. If he plays on Sunday, it will be his 237th consecutive game. Fletcher currently leads the Redskins with 100 tackles this season.